It is not just the football club FC Bayern and the renowned Oktoberfest (“Wiesn”) that attract hundreds of thousands of visitors to Bavaria’s capital every year. Munich has many faces, and the Bavarian metropolis and its Leonardo Hotels in Munich
are definitely worth a visit: Discover the Olympic Park, the Allianz Arena, the Marienplatz, the Victuals Market or simply the typical Bavarian “beer garden culture” – traditional values are at home here. International trade fair visitors stay at the Leonardo Munich hotels and attend a variety of trade shows, including the EXPO Real, Heim & Handwerk, electronica, Bauma and Heimtextil.
Fairs & Events in Munich 2012/2013
Whether international match, FC Bayern München, or other sporting events - Munich has much to offer. In addition to well-known events such as the Oktoberfest, Carnival or Müchner Opernfestspiel visitors benefit from numerous high-class concerts and shows. Business travellers and fair visitors come at their own expense with renowned fairs such as BAUMA, Expo Real or Electronica. More about the TOP FAIRS in Munich
As a world’s leading organizer of trade fairs the Munich Trade Fairs International Group (MMI) organizes about 40 trade fairs for capital goods, consumer goods and new technologies, with more than 30,000 visitors from over 100 countries yearly. More than two million visitors from over 200 countries participate in fairs and exhibitions in Munich each year. The Leonardo Hotels in Munich
offer an excellent starting point for trade fair visitors in Munich.
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Shopping in Munich
Shopping fans will feel comfortable in Munich. Beside art and craft shops, international brand articles are waiting in many designer stores which are located near the Leonardo Hotels in Munich. The Hans-Sachs-Strasse, Maximilianstrasse, the university district or Feilitzstrasse as one of the most famous shopping miles offer a relaxed shopping trip through Munich. Guests of the Leonardo Royal Hotel Munich as Munich hotel
benefit from the OEZ Olympia shopping centre in close proximity.
Cuisine of Munich & Munich Hotel
Munich visitors can select between a wide range of international cuisine. From traditional dishes to young, glamorous eateries and upmarket, sophisticated gastronomy or famous gourmet restaurants, traditional inns, cafés, and trendy clubs, the cuisine of Munich has much to offer.
The international airport of Munich is located about 30 km from Munich city centre. Each year more than 30 million passengers fly to more than 250 destinations overseas or use the airport for short-haul business trips. All Leonardo Munich hotels
are all well connected to the airport by the public transportation and enable an easy arrival.
Munich Environmental Zone
Since October 2008, an Environmental Zone was introduced to Munich which covers the area inside the central ring in order to reduce harmful the particle emissions. Most of the Leonardo Hotels in Munich
are situated within this Environmental Zone.
Sightseeing near the Leonardo Hotels in Munich
Frauenkirche (“Church of Our Lady”)
It is not permitted to exceed the height of the two towers of the Frauenkirche in the city centre. Visitors enjoy an excellent view of the Old Town, ranging as far as the first chain of Alps in nice weather. The South Tower with a height of about 100 m can be reached comfortably by using the lift or by stairs on foot.
Marienplatz & Munich hotel
The Leonardo Boutique Hotel Munich as a Munich hotel
is located just 10 min. by foot from the famous Marienplatz as Munich’s central square. Celebrations, political events or the Christmas market “Christkindlmarkt” take place there and offer a unique variety of events in Munich.
The English Garden in Munich
The English Garden of Munich is one of the world’s largest inner city parks. A wide variety of lawn sports facilities offer numerous leisure activities or hiking routes. Discover the beer gardens at the Chinese Tower, the Lake House or the Monopteros and enjoy the summer months in a wonderful outdoor location.
Oktoberfest Munich & Munich Hotel
The first horse race took place on the occasion of the wedding of Ludwig of Bayern and Princess Therese von Hildburghausen on October 17, 1810. This race generated the forerunner of the Munich Oktoberfest. The bride is the namesake of the Thereseienwiese (“Wiesn”) festival grounds where the October festival takes place from the end of September each year. The Munich hotel
Leonardo Hotel München City West is located within 1.9 km and is easy to reach by foot.